Have turkey tenderloins for dinner any night o f the week is sort of like getting to enjoy Thanksgiving whenever you feel like it. This poultry main dish is easy to work with and always soaks up a lot of flavor- so make sure you're seasoning appropriately. While it doesn't take as long as a regular Thanksgiving turkey, it isn't quite as fast as other pultry, so be sure to allow for some time to cook.
Place the turkey tenderloids, the honey mustard, and the seasonings into a large bag that can be sealed and close it. SHake the contents under the turkery tenderloins are completely covered in the honeymustard. Allow to refridgerate for up to two hours.
Heat oven to 400 degrees F.
Place the turkey tenderloins in a a shallow, greased baking dish. Cover in foil and allow to cook for 35 to 40 minutes or at least until the turkey tenderloin reaches 160 degrees F.